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King Arthur's Round Table : Myth or Fact? Discover the round table at Great Hall Winchester, England.
Published by Simplyoj (Joy L. Carnay) 110 months ago in England | +37 votes | 16 comments
Discover ancient Roman Baths at the historical Bath City, England. Experience the warm feeling inside the Temple as the hot spring flows to the great bath area. See collections from the sacred Roman Temple courtyard. Bath City is a World Heritage Site, one of BritainÂ’s treasured travel attraction.
Published by Simplyoj (Joy L. Carnay) 112 months ago in England | +32 votes | 16 comments
England is a historically and culturally abundant country, and as a result, is filled with hundreds of architecturally and physically beautiful buildings - houses, castles, and palaces ranging from all sizes and styles. All of these 13 historically grand, diverse, and fascinating palaces are great places to visit, most of them are open for the public to enjoy, and some of them are even open free of charge.
Published by Gregory Tarleton-Markov 110 months ago in England | +26 votes | 8 comments
Set in Kent's beautiful parkland, Leeds Castle is a brilliant blend of heritage and history that transports visitors into a whole new world.
Published by Gregory Tarleton-Markov 113 months ago in England | +26 votes | 15 comments
Isle of Wight is Europe's travel gem located at Hampshire, England. The island boast holiday best attractions with several stunning places to visit.
Published by Simplyoj (Joy L. Carnay) 113 months ago in England | +25 votes | 13 comments
The City of London is the historical centre of London. The former large expanse has been reduced to only about 2.6 sq km (about 1 sq mile) which is heavily capitalized, to distinguish it from larger metropolis.
Published by Godwill 113 months ago in England | +24 votes | 1 comments
Who would have thought that stranded out in the heart of the North Yorkshire moors a lonely public house could be found. Looking more like an abandoned old farmhouse surrounded by only the toughest sheep that wander casually over the winding single roads and narrow tracks but ‘by eck’ what a life they have as they look out over some of the most beautiful, breath taking views in the whole of Great Britain.
Published by lisa leverton 109 months ago in England | +22 votes | 19 comments
Like Stonehenge, the Stone Circles of Avebury have retained a somewhat mysterious reputation. In fact, up until the 19th century, people circled the monument, or dance around the maypole, in one of the circles, possibly as a fertility ritual. There are several other ritual sites nearby, as the landscape of Avebury, is steeped in ritual context.
Published by Lauren Axelrod 99 months ago in England | +20 votes | 8 comments
The much awaited Royal Wedding of Prince William and Catherine \\\"Kate\\\" Middleton set on April 29, 2011 at Westminster Abbey, London. Get to know more about the wedding details and about the engaged couple.
Published by Simplyoj (Joy L. Carnay) 102 months ago in England | +20 votes | 4 comments
Ten popular and tasty British sweets for all the ages, young and old, and past and present. If you haven't tried at least two of the sweets on the list, you may not have even truly lived.
Published by Gregory Tarleton-Markov 99 months ago in England | +19 votes | 10 comments
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Published by Petal 107 months ago in England | +19 votes | 7 comments
The climate of postmodernism generated radically different attitudes to the design of public buildings. One of the most important public buildings in Britain over the last few decades was the British Library.
Published by MJ5446 101 months ago in England | +18 votes | 11 comments
Harrods, the world-renowned department store and historical British architectural landmark, located in the heart of London, is sold after 25 years of ownership to yet another non-British buyer.
Published by Setareh Abbassi 111 months ago in England | +17 votes | 5 comments
London is a hotbed of vegetarian and vegan dining options. Why does the city boast over 100 vegetarian- and vegan-friendly restaurants?
Published by Stacy Calvert 110 months ago in England | +16 votes | 11 comments
A local visitor or traveler who propose to visit the city of London must have the travel applications in his android either for free or for pyment.It will serve the visitor or the traveler as a virtual travel guide.
Published by Rama lingam 94 months ago in England | +15 votes | 7 comments
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